Safely expanding your export sales could be easier than you realize. Join to learn a practical approach to leveraging export trade credit insurance that will not only protect your foreign accounts receivable but will also allow you to win new export clients. An in-force trade credit insurance policy streamlines export transactions for both you and your foreign buyer by allowing US companies of all sizes to safely offer open account terms of sale, rather than requiring cash in advance (CIA) or relying on cumbersome letters of credit (LOC) or cash against document (CAD) transactions to guarantee payment. Come learn how your business can and should trade internationally!
- Brent Rondon – University of Pittsburgh SBDC
- Aerek Stephens – EXIM Bank
- Steven Murray – U.S. Commercial Service, Pittsburgh
- Kimberly Kelly – President, Trade Credit Specialty. Export Credit Insurance Broker
- Jenny Norris – Meridian Finance, Export Credit Insurance Broker
- Tony Ceballos – U.S. Commercial Service, Philadelphia
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